- What do many selective colleges value in your college application? Leverage new strategies compiled from various sources by an expert with a background from the Stanford Admission Office, one of the most selective college admission offices in the country.
- Learn about some pitfalls that often make college rejection more likely for students.
- Learn key differences between how the University of California system and various private colleges evaluate college applicants; then use advanced knowledge of these distinctions to your advantage in the upcoming years.
Timothy Jaconette, M.A. - Founder, Advanced Admit College Admission Consulting
Timothy worked for the Stanford University Admission Office. He founded Advanced Admit to work directly for families to guide students for college and graduate school. The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, MSN Money, Yahoo News and various other publications reference his insights about college. Timothy holds certificates in College Counseling and College Advising from The University of California and Teachers College, Columbia University. He formerly worked as a Senior Researcher in the Mobile Business Project at the Stanford University Department of Economics and as a marketer for the largest Fortune 500 company. Timothy delivered keynote speeches at Apps World and the Global Mobile Internet Conference.
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Timothy Jaconette is not affiliated with KeyPoint Credit Union, KeyPoint Financial Services, or Securities America, Inc. and his commentary reflect his opinions only. Consult your tax and financial advisor regarding your own particular situation.
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